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Eintracht Frankfurt 2:1 Flora Player Ratings| Eintracht progress to third qualifying round UEL

Germany’s solitary club in Europa League action tonight sealed their passage into the next round with a 2:1 win over their opponents. Eintracht Frankfurt, also last year’s EL semi-finalists, took the tie 4:2 on aggregate against their Estonian opponents.

The first leg in Estonia had produced a record attendance for a club game in that country and the Eintracht fans were in full voice for the second leg, with the 48.000 capacity Commerzbank Arena almost filled to the brim.

Both of Eintracht’s goals came from Goncalo Pacencia (37 and 54 pen), while Sinyavskiy netted in the 40th minute for Flora. Pacencia was therefore the pick of the players in the ratings, as seen below.

Eintracht Flora Player Ratings Einzelkritik

Eintracht will take on Liechtenstenian outfit Vaduz in the third round.

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Benfica 4:2 Eintracht Frankfurt- Visitors have 15 game unbeaten streak snapped

Eintracht Frankfurt had their 15 game unbeaten streak snapped as they lost 4:2 to Portuguese giants SL Benfica in the first leg of their Europa League quarterfinal. Eintracht, the last remaining German team in European competition this season following Bayern, BVB and Schalke’s exits from the Round of 16 of the Champions League, had last lost back in December 2018 to Bayern, but were well beaten at the Stadium of Light, with young Joao Felix announcing himself on the world stage with a hat trick.

Felix had three goals and an assist (check out his second goal if you can- an absolute screamer). Luka Jovic had scored against his parent club to make it 1:1, but Benfica netted in the 43rd, 50th and 54th minutes of this clash to put the result of the game beyond doubt.

It’s not all gloom and doom for Frankfurt though- their two away goals have kept them in the contest. A 2:0 in the return leg will do very nice, and so would a 3:1.

Felix became the youngest player to score a Europa League hat trick. There were more than a dozen clubs who sent scouts to watch this game, including several big Premier League ones (United, Chelsea, Spurs, Arsenl and Leicester), and his performance here would’ve caught the eye of many. He has a €120m release clause in his contract, but there’ll be plenty willing to stump up that fee if he continues to progress at this level.

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Sebastian Haller goal vs Stuttgart for Eintracht Frankfurt (VIDEO)- Last minute bicycle kick winner

Do you like last minute bicycle kick winners? Here is Sebastian Haller’s goal vs Stuttgart for Frankfurt, giving the home side a 2:1 win in their BuLi clash on 30 September, 2017. Great bit is that he EARNED the free kick that lead to this wonderful goal, and also effectively gave his team all three points Continue reading Sebastian Haller goal vs Stuttgart for Eintracht Frankfurt (VIDEO)- Last minute bicycle kick winner